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Monday, February 9, 2004
Brazil, Argentina Unconcerned By Proposed US Soy Import Ban
February 9, 2004 Brazil, Argentina Unconcerned By Proposed US Soy Import Ban A proposed U.S. ban on Brazilian and Argentine soy exports would have little impact on the South American soy industry but raised concerns other bigger buyers coul ...
Monday, February 2, 2004
Argentina Says No Asian Rust Threat To Soy Crops
February 2, 2004 Argentina Says No Asian Rust Threat To Soy Crops Argentina's Agriculture Secretariat on Friday said that there was no danger of its soy crop being affected by Asian rust, despite the fungal disease appearing at three soybea ...
Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Argentina Soybean Production May Fall 5%
January 28, 2004 Argentina Soybean Production May Fall 5% Argentina's soybean production may suffer a 5% fall should the current dry and hot weather conditions persist for another three weeks, said Eduardo Achaval, president of grain broker ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Argentina's Soy Exports Up As China Exports Soar
January 26, 2004 Argentina's Soy Exports Up As China Exports Soar Argentina exported 247,373 metric tons of soybeans in November, or 343.3% more than the 55,801 tons exported during the same month a year ago, the Agriculture Secretariat rep ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Argentina's Soyoil Exports Up 53% In November 2003
January 26, 2004 Argentina's Soyoil Exports Up 53% In November 2003 Argentina exported 489,248 metric tons of soyoil in November, or 53.4% more than the 319,017 tons exported during the same month in 2002, the Agriculture Secretariat report ...
Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Argentina Soy Prices Hit Two Year High
January 20, 2004 Argentina Soy Prices Hit Two Year High Argentine soy prices hit a two-year high for the second straight season on Monday following strong demand from local crushers. Soy closed at 692/693 pesos per ton (about US$239) in the ...
Monday, January 19, 2004
Monsanto Ceased Soybean Seeds Sales in Argentina
January 19, 2004 Monsanto Ceased Soybean Seeds Sales in Argentina Monsanto Co. has stopped selling soybean seeds in Argentina since last month due to financial issues. The company says a huge black market for the genetically modified seeds ...
Wednesday, January 7, 2004
Argentina's Molinos To Operate The Country's Largest Soy-Processing Plant By 2005
January 7, 2004 Argentina's Molinos To Operate The Country's Largest Soy-Processing Plant By 2005 Molinos Rio de la Plata will operate the Argentina's largest soy-processing plant by 2005, crushing 17,500 tonnes of soybeans per day, the com ...
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Argentina's Oct Soyoil Exports Up 9.3%
December 31, 2003 Argentina's Oct Soyoil Exports Up 9.3% Argentina exported 322,889 metric tons of soyoil in October, 9.3% more than the 295,343 tons exported during the same month in 2002, the Agriculture Secretariat reported late Monday. ...
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Argentina Soy Prices Marginally Lower After 23-month High
December 30, 2003 Argentina Soy Prices Marginally Lower After 23-month High Soy prices in Argentina closed marginally lower after hitting a 23-month high in the prior sessions. This correction mirrored losses in Chicago's short-term futures ...
Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Argentina Beef and Soy Exports To Rise Following US BSE Case
December 30, 2003 Argentina Beef and Soy Exports To Rise Following US BSE Case Argentina expects to see an increase in its beef and soy exports following the mad cow case in the United States, the Argentine Agriculture Secretary said yester ...
Wednesday, December 10, 2003
70% of Argentina Soybean Exports Go to China
December 10, 2003 70% of Argentina Soybean Exports Go to China Argentina exported 9 million tons of soybeans in January to October 2003, almost 70% of which were sold to China, the Argentina government said Tuesday. For the first ten months ...
Thursday, December 4, 2003
China To Import At Least 6 Million Tons Argentina Soy in 2004
December 04, 2003 China To Import At Least 6 Million Tons Argentina Soy in 2004   China, the world's top soybean buyer, will import at least 6 million tons of Argentine soy in 2004, the local Department of Agriculture said on Wednesday. "Ch ...
Tuesday, December 2, 2003
China Main Soybean Import Market for Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay
December 02, 2003 China Main Soybean Import Market for Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay China became Mercosur's main market for soybean products. Argentina, as well as Brazil Uruguay and Paraguay extend cultivatable surface at the ex ...
Friday, November 28, 2003
Argentina's Agriculture Secretary To Visit China December 1-5 To Discuss Access to China's Soybean Market
November 28, 2003 Argentina's Agriculture Secretary To Visit China December 1-5 To Discuss Access to China's Soybean Market Argentina's Agriculture Secretary Miguel Campos will accompany Foreign Minister Rafael Bielsa on a visit to China De ...

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